Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Card-making for beginners - simple, stamped card

Hi there everyone,

A couple of weeks ago I held a class which I called "Card-making for Beginners". I had a good deal of interest in this. It seems that most of the people I encounter consider themselves to be "beginners" and so I though I'd run a class especially for them, alongside some blog posts and video tutorials to show how easy it is to create great projects and to hopefully encourage any new crafters to "have a go".

This was the first card we made in the class. I wanted to keep it REALLY simple, with a one layer card using only stamping. But it had to look impressive too!



To keep things really easy we used one of our Whisper White note cards and we just stamped the flowers from the Blooms and Wishes set in a range of different colours. After adding a sentiment (from the same set) and a few pearl embellishments we were done. A few of the class participants seemed to be genuinely amazed that such a pretty card could be produced so easily.



 As you can see from the photo above, we made the card even more special by adding a little bit of stamping on the envelope.



Are you a beginner crafter? Would you like to see how we made this card? If so take a look at my video tutorial HERE.



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Back soon with more projects and fun!

Jill

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